MINUTES OF A MEETING HELD

IN THE VILLAGE HALL, OLD VILLAGE ROAD, LITTLE WEIGHTON

WEDNESDAY 6TH APRIL 2022

49/22 PRESENT: Councillors; A.Woodall (Chair), J.Richardson, R.Elvidge, Cllr Mrs E.Hunter, Cllr N.Armstrong. Cllr S.Turner, Cllr A.Raymond, Cllr Ms L.Fawcett.

Ward Councillor Mrs P Smith & Cllr T Gill.

50/22  APOLOGIES: Councillor K.Brown, Councillor P.Smith, Ward Councillor R.Meredith.

51/22  OPEN FORUM  –  5 residents present.

Residents expressed their concern with vehicles blocking the end of New Village Road. At times, the Waste Removal Lorries have not been able to access properties. Cars have been left parked overnight ready for works at the Garage.

52/22  DECLARATION OF INTEREST  

Councillor S.Turner – Agenda Item 8 – Drainage Easement (Personal)

53/22  MINUTES

RESOLVED:   The minutes of the meeting held 2nd March 2022, were then approved as a true & correct record.

54/22 LOCAL POLICING TEAM   –  police.co.uk – (February 2022 – 1 recorded Crime on or near Skidby Road (Vehicle Crime).

55/22 – LITTLE WEIGHTON PLAYING FIELDS

Lock to the Mower Store has now been replaced and both Football Teams informed of the new Key and location.

56/22 PLANNING

  1. 22/00646/PLF   –  Erection of single storey extension to rear at 4 Potterdale Drive, Little Weighton HU20 3UX

RESOLVED – That this application is approved. Material Consideration:  To match existing brickwork.

DECISION

The Following decisions have now been received from East Riding Council

  • 22/00250/PLF Conversion and change of use of existing detached garage to form a hair    

    salon and shared parking area with dwelling(retrospective application) The Barn 47 White

    Gap Road Little Weighton East Riding of Yorkshire HU20 3XF 

  •     21/04013/PLF – Change of use of agricultural land to additional domestic garden and   

    erection of boundary fence (retrospective) at Little Hunsley Cottage, The Avenue, High    

    Hunsley HU20 3UR

12                                             _______ (Chair)

Notification received today from ERYC Planning that Application:  21/04377/PLF Erection of a detached dwelling following demolition of existing garage block with associated works for parking and access together with pedestrian link to footpath on Old Village Road for new dwelling (Revised scheme of 20/00214/PLF)  – Application has been withdrawn.

Councillor Elvidge asked the East Riding Councillors present if an officer can at a Western area Planning Committee Meeting recommend  a change to a planning application, for example amend from a dwelling to an annex? Councillors advised that it can be possible to make recommendation, but it would need to be bought back as a new application should this be the case.

Planning Enforcement

No further Matters.

MONITORING ITEMS

Stoneledge – Excess dirt/chalk has been noticeable in recent weeks. Agreed to  

monitor further.

LW Cutting  – No Issues

57/22 COMMUNICATIONS

NewsletterNext Edition has gone to print. To be distributed prior to Easter 22.

Website – New Website progressing.

Drainage Easement –  Letter sent to Mrs Winter. – No response.

Queens Platinum Jubilee Coins have been purchased for the Children at Little Weighton Primary School and bunting/materials now being sourced.

The Jubilee Programme has been printed in the Newsletter. A follow up guide will be distributed prior to the bank holiday weekend.

58/22  ERNLLCA

NALCS Bulletins – NOTED

Smaller Councils – Issues that NALC can discuss at Committee Level  – NOTED

Alan Barker Retirement  – Tom Clay has been appointed– NOTED

Spring Training Day – 29th April 2022 – NOTED

59/22 CORRESPONDENCE

ERYCVillage Taskforce Walkabout scheduled for Friday 20th May 2022 9.45am, Councillors who are available to attend could they notify the clerk
ERYCTo note Community Payback Scheme – NOTED.
ERYCMonitoring Officers Email “Government response to Committee on Standards in Public Life” – NOTED.

60/22 FINANCE 

a)  Income received:  Little Weighton Football Club and Little Weighton Veterans

b)  Little Weighton Bowls Club Grant Awarded to the Value of £80.00

  • Employment costs presented were approved. The Pay Award for Local Government Services (Green Book) employees, covering the period 1st April 2021 to 31 March 2022 was approved.

RESOLVED – The Finance Committee will deal with any HR, Pay, & Appraisals relating to Staff.

Cheque NoPayable ToDescriptionNettVATTotal 
101743LW Village HallHall Hire Invoice 00181.22.PC £   30.00 £          –   £   30.00
101744Insignia UK LtdJubilee Coins Invoice 30421 £ 351.40 £   70.28 £ 421.68
      
101745R J BensonGrounds Maintenance (March) £ 119.00 £          –   £ 119.00
101746ClerkPost, Travel, Microsoft (Annual), Zoom, Backpay £ 160.96 £      0.79 £ 161.75
101747ERNLLCAMembership Fees/Affiliation & Subscription £ 565.92 £          –   £ 565.92
101748LW Village HallParish Council Meeting £   30.00 £          –   £   30.00
101749ER CouncilID Badge – Cllr Armstrong £      4.30 £      0.86 £      5.16
101750CPREMembership   £   36.00 £          –   £   36.00
101751East Riding Pension FundPension Contributions £ 247.77 £          –   £ 247.77
101752HMRCPAYE/NI Contributions £ 188.10 £          –   £ 188.10
S/O 28.03.22Clerks SalaryStanding Order £ 670.41 £          –  670.41

Petty Cash – Container Lock(s)/Keys  Totalling £19.00

RESOLVED – That the payments presented are approved

61/22  WARD COUNCILLORS REPORT –  Cllr Gill advised of a meeting he had facilitated following a site visit at Croft Park. Meeting to be held Monday 11th April 2022 at 3.30pm. This meeting is for residents to attend to hear of the managers plans for the site.

Councillor Mrs Smith advised that young people were invited to nominate themselves, write a manifesto outlining what they would like to change for the better, and then go on the campaign trail in order to secure the votes which will see them elected as a member of the UK Youth Parliament.

4 Young people 11-18 were elected, who will  become the East Riding members of the UK Youth Parliament and get to sit in the Houses of Parliament in Westminster and vote on issues that are important to young people and help make a positive change for everyone.                                                    

62/22  HIGHWAYS

  • Rowley Road Markings – Will be repainted July 2022.
  • Flytipping reported and is an ongoing problem with specific hotspots around the Parish.

63/22 GROUNDS MAINTENANCE

Updates on the following:

  1. Lilac Grove – Broken timber posts to Lilac Grove. Clerk is seeking quotations.
  2. Bench in memory of Barrie Heaton was discussed. Photos of durable recycled

    products to be sent to the family for their comments.

64/22   MATTERS FOR INCLUSION ON THE NEXT AGENDA

There being no further business the Chairman Closed the Meeting at 8.35 pm.

    Signature:      Dated: